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There are two Sentences in Talleyrand’s Letter of the 28th of August, 1798 which ought not to...
John Adams with his Consort and their Family desire prayers that the death of a grandchild may be...
You very well know, that the Publication of my Letters in Pamplets and Numbers, was a project of...
I have yours of Feb. 20 and 23. The inclosed five sheets are the rough draught, which I have...
If I could dream as much Wit as you, I think I should wish to go to Sleep for the rest of my...
Though it is “a terrible thing” for “eyes with reading almost blind” to go over between three and...
I rec’d yesterday your favour of the Month of August 1808 and if the following answers to your...
I have received your very civil Letter of the third of this Month with Emotions very similar to...
Your Anecdotes are always extreamly Aprospros and none of them more So than those in your Letter...
I have received your favours of March 11 and 14th. In answer to the first I wish to know whether...
I agree with Sidney as quoted in your favour of the 13th. That civil War is preferable to Slavery...
I am much pleased with your curiosity to investigate the history of your connections Ancestors,...
I have always cherrished an affection for you for many reasons which determine the Understanding...
I cannot pretend to any extraordinary Knowledge of the History of this Country, or of what a...
I was glad to see in your paper of the 7th of this month, the extract from the Baltimore Federal...
The institution of an Embassy to France in 1799, was made upon principle, and in conformity to a...
FROM Mr. Murray, the American Minister at the Hague, who had been appointed by President...
Thank you for your favor of the 1st. I might have quoted Job as well as St Paul, as a Precedent:...
I rejoice to find that Pensilvania has returned to reason and Duty in the affair of the Miss...
I have received your Letter of the tenth and read Some of the printed Papers inclosed and intend...
I have received your favor of April 5th. I agree with you that our prosperity has been as great...
Please to deliver the inclosed three sheets to the Boston Patriot. MHi : Adams Papers.
I have received your respectful letter of the 21 March. It is not now necessary for me to say any...
WHEN I had received that authentic act of the sovereign authority of France, a copy of which is...
I received your favour of March 31 in due time: But I am become all at once and very unexpectedly...
A few words more on the subject of pressing. In strictness, we have nothing to do with the...
THE gentlemen of the Senate informed me, that they came to confer with me on the subject of the...
Please to convey the three inclosed Sheets to the Printers. I beg of you to come up in the Stage....
THE message mentioned in my last letter, was in these words: Gentlemen of the Senate , The...
At first I intended to encumber your paper with no Documents but such as were absolutely...
Mr. Hamilton, in his famous pamphlet, page 23, says, “the conduct pursued bore sufficient marks...
On the 6th of March a letter was written by the Secretary of State by my order, in the following...
In a A Letter from Alexander Hamilton concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams...
Another of my crimes, according to my great accuser, page 28, was nominating Mr. Murray, without...
Mr. Hamilton, in his pamphlet, page 28, speaking of Talleyrand’s dispatches, says, “overtures so...
In pamphlet , page 27, it is said that the great alteration in public opinion had put it...
Mr. Hamilton , in his pamphlet, page 21, speaks of the anterior mission of Messieurs Pinckney,...
IN page 25, is a strain of flimsy rant, as silly as it is indecent. “The supplement to the...
I recd in Season your interesting favor of the 10th of May: but have not had Opportunity to...
In page 28, Mr. Hamilton acknowledges that "the President had pledged himself in his speech, (he...
Yours of May 6th, I have not acknowledged, and cannot particularly consider the abundance of...
Your Letters are not apt to lie a month unacknowledged. That of May 5th. is before me since which...
In page 26, Mr. Hamilton says, that the mission “could hardly fail to injure our interests with...
IN page 20, Mr. Hamilton says, my "conduct in the office of President was a heterogeneous...
IN page 29. Mr. Hamilton says, "when an ordinary man dreams himself to be a Frederick," &c. To...
I received your favour of the 12th. You propose to me an abridgement of my works. Some fifty five...
I most sincerely thank you for your excellent letter of the 14th.—It contains an abundance of...
A thousand thanks to Richard for his Auroras and ten thousand to you for your Letter of the 14th....
In a former letter, it was suggested that I found myself obliged to say something of the peace of...
On the 17th day of November, 1779, I embarked for Europe, with the hon. Francis Dana, Esq. and...